Video Game Console Repair Questions? Ask a Technician ASAP
Hello, Sorry you're having problems. These symptoms indicates that the disc drive in the Wii has mechanically failed and needs to be replaced. It's not likely you'll get the disc out since the mechanism that ejects the disc is what is causing the noise. All you can try on a user level beyond disassembly is to unplug the Wii from power, then upon plugging back in, press and hold the Eject button for 15 full seconds - or until the disc ejects (whichever comes first). If this does not work the first time, you will want to repeat those steps up to three times. Beyond that, it's out of our control and the unit requires repairs.
If you're looking to do this yourself, please standby while I pull up some instructions for that.
Please click the following link and view the video as well as the instructions on that page to remove and replace the disc drive yourself:
The drive itself is available at the link below for $20:
Alternatively, if this is not something you're comfortable with, then you can contact Nintendo to setup a repair ticket on the Wii below:
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